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Generally speaking, multiple dispatch is needed whenever two or more objects belonging to different class hierarchies are going to interact, and we need to do different things depending on the combination of actual types of those objects. Typical applications that need this kind of ability include graphical user interfaces, image processing libraries, mixed-precision numerical computation systems, and most types of simulations.
Class::MultimethoUserpContributed Perl DocumClass::Multimethods(3pm) NAME Class::Multimethods - Support multimethods and function overloading in Perl VERSION This document describes version 1.70 of Class::Multimethods, released April 9, 2000. SYNOPSIS # IMPORT THE multimethod DECLARATION SUB... use Class::Multimethods; # DECLARE VARIOU more»
libclass-multimethods-perl (1.70-5) unstable; urgency=low [ gregor herrmann ] * debian/control: Added: Vcs-Svn field (source stanza); Vcs-Browser field (source stanza); Homepage field (source stanza). * Set Maintainer to Debian Perl Group. * Use dist-based URL in debian/watch. * debian/rules: delete /usr/lib/perl5 only if it exists. [ Gunnar Wolf ] * Bumped up standards-version more»
Revision history for Perl extension Class::Multimethods. 0.01 Tue Oct 27 13:33:29 1998 - original version; created by h2xs 1.18 1.00 Wed Feb 17 09:28:29 1999 - Now supports '#', '$', and '*' pseudo-types in parameter lists 1.10 Fri Feb 19 11:55:37 1999 - Fixed a nasty bug in the import method (thanks Larry) - Added constraints to indicate that the module doesn't run on Perls earlier more»
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